I went over to Lickinghole Creek and Reservoir this morning, and ran into Peter Brask at the beginning of my hike. We birded along the creek and reservoir, and ended up with 25 avian species. They were all common winter species that included quite a few sparrows. There wasn't a single bird on the water when we arrived, but a small flock of Canada Geese and three Killdeers showed up during the hike.
The highlight was watching the resident pair of Bald Eagles working on their nest. One of them flew in with some nesting materials while the other one was keeping watch, and then they flew away after a few minutes, presumably to find some more materials.
This morning's list: